A quote from the second in Stephen Spielberg's Indiana Jones series, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. It is said by Indie's young sidekick, Short Round. Indie is trying to get into his love interest's room to investigate noises he has heard that prove that danger is afoot. Short Round sees him and interprets his actions incorrectly.
This quote is also the first of several references to Indiana Jones in Kevin Smith's films. It is seen in the film Clerks, quoted by the smart-ass character, Randal. The dialogue is as follows:
Customer: Hey, have you seen a set of keys around?
Randal: No time for love, Dr. Jones.
Customer:(shakes his head) Kids.
The second most obvious reference is from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, seen in Dogma. In order to save Bethany from renegade angels Loki and Bartleby, Silent Bob throws them off of the train they are riding. When stared at by the other passengers, he looks very serious, points to the door and says, "No ticket."
This is a reference to Indiana Jones throwing the Nazi leader, who is trying to kill Indie and his father, off of a zeppelin.
Let's not even get started on the Star Wars references in Kevin Smith's films.